Aussie Woody Fox stunned the judges on Canada’s Got Talent


Retired porn star and circus performer Woody Fox has appeared on Canada's Got Talent
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Retired Aussie gay porn star Woody Fox is now a circus performer in Canada, and this week he and a partner got the “Golden Buzzer” for their amazing audition on Canada’s Got Talent.

Woody and his Toronto acrobatic partner Fenton made it onto the Canadian version of the TV talent show.

The two men delivered the incredible aerial display 7 metres above the stage. The Aussie acrobat explained the routine was an emotional tribute to an old friend in Australia who tragically died by suicide.

After the routine, the Canada’s Got Talent judges gave Woody and Fenton four yeses.

Judge Lilly Singh was so moved she awarded the pair the show’s Golden Buzzer.

Woody wrote on Instagram, “Performing a gay story on a giant stage like @cangottalent was a huge dream.

“Now to be winning the Golden Buzzer for a deeply personal story of my own, feels like I am in a dream.

Woody also paid tribute to his acrobatics partner, who “pushed himself from a beginner student to aerial to performing on a giant stage” in less than year.

“I remember him not believing in himself and how much I had to push him. What a payoff,” he wrote.

Woody Fox retired from professional gay porn a few years ago.

In 2022, Woody opened up about the awkward reality of the career in an episode of ABC program You Can’t Ask That.

 

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Jordan Hirst
Jordan Hirst

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